Perfumer Anais Biguine for Jardins D'Ecrivains took on an ambitious project in creating a fragrance about William S. Burroughs. An icon of the Beat Generation and Postmodern prose, Burroughs’ first novel, “Junky”, is a semi autobiographical account of his years spent as a drug addict and dealer, with occasional stints in rehab, in conservative Post-War America. But Ms Biguine believes “When you stop growing you start dying."
Top notes: Cannabis, Rosewood, Galbanum
Heart notes: Iris, Violet, Gardenia
Base notes: Vetiver, Myrrh, Cedarwood, Cashmeran, Moss, Juniper, Frankincense
.7 ml. glass vial with dauber